Culture

Bài Chòi singing gains country’s 10th UNESCO intangible heritage recognition

Việt Nam’s bài chòi (folk singing) has been officially honoured as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). Binh Dinh is known as the cradle of Bai Choi folk arts.Go »
Bai Choi folk singing wins UNESCO recognition

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has included Vietnam’s Bai Choi folk singing in its list of intangible cultural heritage of humanity.Go »
Many valuable potteries found at Go Cay Me kiln

Among 30,000 items unearthed at Go Cay Me kiln, nearly 16,300 are ancient potteries made in Vietnam.Go »
Calling on entries for photo contest

A photo contest entitled “Land and people of Binh Dinh 2018” is now opening for photographers.Go »
Eigthty scholars attend int'l seminar on Vietnam's ancient pottery

An international seminar themed " Binh Dinh's ancient pottery -The Vijaya royal dynasty and the relation with Thang Long Imperial Citadel in the century of XI-XV was attended by 80 local and international scholars and researchers yesterday.Go »
Bình Định ceramics have Chăm, Việt influence

From the 11th to 15th century, Bình Định was known as the centre of ceramics with six concentrated ceramic production kilns.Go »
Dragon-shaped mould unearthed at Cay Me kiln

Many ancient Champa ceramics and more than 5,000 broken items dating back 700 years ago were found at Cay Me kiln.Go »
Binh Dinh to host int’l conference on ancient ceramics

An international conference entitled “Binh Dinh ancient ceramics - Vijaya Kingdom and its relationship with Thang Long citadel - Dai Viet (11th-15th centuries)” was scheduled to take place in Quy Nhon city from October 27-28.Go »
Quy Nhon hosts feast for young people

Some bands, including Vẽ, 1990, and Cận, performed different songs which attracted scores of young city dwellers.Go »
Exhibition features evidence of sovereignty over Paracel, Spratly

Another exhibition displaying the evidence of sovereignty over the Paracel and Spratly islands was held on October 3Go »
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